What if I am told I do not have a good medical malpractice case?
If you’ve been told you don’t have a good medical malpractice case that may in fact be true. However, I encourage you to get a second or third opinion from an experienced medical malpractice attorney who handles malpractice cases day in and day out. No two cases are every the same, however, one of the most important things that you want to look at and consider and what attorneys will consider, is the amount of damages or the extent of damage that’s occurred.
For example, if there’s been a wrongful death, there’s been permanent brain damage, a stroke, a heart attack, loss of a limb, loss of eyesight, something fairly devastating, that’s certainly worthwhile looking at and getting more opinions to further and fully investigate whether malpractice has occurred.